Mondo 2000 was a glossy cyberculture magazine published in
California during the 1980s and 1990s. It covered cyberpunk topics such
as virtual reality and smart drugs. It was a more anarchic and
subversive prototype for the later-founded Wired magazine.
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Our Readers Rant PMS with Broken Windows - Mondo Connie Journey to Kooktopia - Steve Lipson Tech Sampler - Rob Hafernik Fringe Science - Nick Herbert Smarter Drugs - St. Jude Irresponsible Journalism - St. Jude No Beer of Pistols: Henry Rollins - Interviewed by David Turin, Photographed by Stephen Stickler Two Heads Talking: David Byrne - In Conversation with Timothy Leary, Photographed by Yvette Roman The Geologic Systems of Thin White Rope: Guy Kyser - Interviewed by David Turin, Photographed by Yvette Roman and Stephanie Rausser Rootless Cosmopolitan: Marc Ribot - In Conversation with Andrew Hultkrans and St. Jude, Photographed by Bart Nagel The Conspiracy Top Ten - Gracie, Synergy, and Zarkov Conspiracy Theory and its Malcontents - Jonathan Vankin interviewed by Michael Litchfield Shots from the Bushy Knoll: Excerpts from Conspiracio, Cover-ups and Crimes - Jonathan Vankin The Saga of the Magic Bullet - Bill Sienkiewicz JFK: America's First Psychadelic President? - Nancy Druid meets Harlequin Romance Second Skins - Photographed by Abmet Sibdialsau Neil Young's New Age Metal - In Coversation with Andrew Hultkrans and Jas. Morgan Fishbone: Reexamining the Groove Thang - Richard White Peter Chung's Aeon Flux - In Conversation with Richard White Cyborging the Body Politic - Mark Dery VR Resource Guide - Eric Gullichsen HDTV Olypics - Stephen Beck VR Goes to Hollywood - Lawnmower Man's Brett Leonard in conversation with R.U. Sirius Talk Nerdy to Me: Techno-culture Slang - Gareth Branwyn Putting It On The Line - Melissa Petrek with St. Jude Texturesynth - Massiv D'mage Cyberspace In The Mall - Dave Cravotta Pinku Samurai - Gracie and Zarkov The Revolution Will Be Televised - Allen Hines